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Duce robot
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Has anyone used codeblocks on raspberry pi? I installed it it seems really cool.


   
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Has anyone used codeblocks on raspberry pi? I installed it it seems really cool.

I have used it before on many different O/S's, but it's not my favourite to be honest.

There is a stripped down version of MS VSCode (VSCodium I think it's called?), which doesn't track you for Linux systems, and there is also genie which is also a little better than code-blocks IMO.

Cheers.


   
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Posted by: @duce-robot

Has anyone used codeblocks on raspberry pi? I installed it it seems really cool.

I have used it before on many different O/S's, but it's not my favourite to be honest.

There is a stripped down version of MS VSCode (VSCodium I think it's called?), which doesn't track you for Linux systems, and there is also genie which is also a little better than code-blocks IMO.

Cheers.

The latest version of DEV C++ doesn't look too bad either:

Dev-Cpp


   
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I use Codeblocks on my linux desktop and like it a lot. I tried using Visual Studio Code but the debug feature is not quite there for me. 


   
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I use Codeblocks on my linux desktop and like it a lot. I tried using Visual Studio Code but the debug feature is not quite there for me. 

No problem, many people like it.  By the way... what kind of debug feature is missing from Visual Studio Code, making it not suitable for you?


   
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Hello frogandtoad,

I can not remember exactly but i think it was either memory view or being able to change values in memory view. I would of been using the gdb debugger in C. Let me know if you have that working.

Thanks


   
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Hello frogandtoad,

I can not remember exactly but i think it was either memory view or being able to change values in memory view. I would of been using the gdb debugger in C. Let me know if you have that working.

Thanks

Thank you for your answer.

Has it improved a lot in the last 12 months?


   
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@frogandtoad I haven't checked if that functionality has been added but I really don't use VSC for straight C non-embedded programming. Normally I use VSC for the arduino programming and some python.


   
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No problem... use whatever works for you best 😉


   
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